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UCSF School of MedicineUCSF Moving Mementos (1931)

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In the 1930s the UCSF School of Medicine began a tradition of creating “moving mementos” for each class of students. These mementos are comprised of faculty and staff introductions and a variety of candid scenes around campus and in the hospitals.
This video contains compilation of clips from several movies in the UCSF School of Medicine Audiovisual Collection, 1930-1938, AV 2012-18:

Collection Guide:University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine audiovisual collection

This movie is part of the collection: University of California, San Francisco Library, Archives & Special Collections

Producer: UCSF School of Medicine
Audio/Visual: sound, black&white
Keywords: UCSF; UCSF School of Medicine; student; student life; UCSF faculty; San Francisco
Contact Information: Archives & Special Collections, UCSF Library and Center for Knowledge Management, 530 Parnassus Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94143 Telephone: (415) 476-8112

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